“Live as if you were living a second time, and as though you had acted wrongly the first time.”
—Victor Frankl, late Jewish-Austrian holocaust survivor and psychiatrist
For the weekend or occasional golfer, a mulligan is something many players covet.
It’s an opportunity, usually on both the front and back 9’s, to have a do-over on a whiff or missed hit that could sink a decent round. Even if it is never used by a player, they sure appreciate the fact that it’s there just in case.
We all experience many errant shots in life where things go out of bounds and miss their targets. These events often cascade into negative spirals of thinking, and we give up too soon.
Give yourself another chance to do better with your next shot. With this personal permission and practice, don’t be surprised if you start shooting some of the best scores of your life.